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Here's how presidential candidates sell your personal information

Here's how presidential candidates sell your personal information | Now Reading This | Scoop.it
Donate to politicians and they'll sell your data. Marco Rubio has made more than $500,000 by renting out his donor list. Rand Paul has made $212,000 by selling his. And lots of companies buy them.
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The Underground Railroad’s Troubling Allure

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Kathryn Schulz examines the history and artistic depictions of the anti-slavery effort, most recently in Colson Whitehead’s new novel.
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The State of the Great American Novel

The State of the Great American Novel | Now Reading This | Scoop.it
Online Writers Workshop, Online Monthly Classes taught by published authors and industry professionals and Robust Literature Magazine with Columns, Interviews, Reviews and more.
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Researchers analyse STING'S brain 

Researchers analyse STING'S brain  | Now Reading This | Scoop.it
A Montreal University -professor scanned Sting's brain the afternoon before a Police concert in the city in a bid to find how music is mapped in the brain.
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Kate Taylor explains the inspiration for her new novel, Serial Monogamy

Kate Taylor explains the inspiration for her new novel, Serial Monogamy | Now Reading This | Scoop.it
With history in mind, Kate Taylor ponders the culture of extramarital activities
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A Rebuttal, or: How to Succeed at Your 365 Project

A Rebuttal, or: How to Succeed at Your 365 Project | Now Reading This | Scoop.it
The hardest part of a 365 project is the first week. Actually, maybe it’s the first two-three weeks. It’s the period between introducing something new into
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